Cyprus Puts Timely Asylum Status Grant In Place Through Landmark System

cyprus puts timely asylum status grant in place through landmark system

cyprus puts timely asylum status grant in place through landmark system

Cyprus Cyprus – Interior minister of Cyprus has signed a milestone deal recently with the European Union. This deal will help to manage the irregular migration. The deal will help to improve the migrant reception facilities and make it earlier for Cyprus to send back rejected asylum seekers. Migration has become a huge pressing humanitarian crises as many Middle Eastern countries and African countries have been hit by civil war and therefore resulting economic downfall.

The landmark agreement on irregular migration is signed by the Cypriot interior minister, Nicos Nouris, and the EU Home Affairs Commissioner, Ylva Johansson. During the signing ceremony, this week, Nouris said “Today is a milestone for the Republic of Cyprus and efforts made by the government to manage a problem that has plagued our country.”

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Large numbers of migrant arrival have been a big issue for Cyprus. Therefore, signing of this landmark agreement will help Cyprus to manage the relatively large number of migrants arriving in the country. As per the data shared by the government of Cyprus, they have more migrants than any other European country. The government of Cyprus says that it has received more migrants per capita than any other EU member state.

Ylva Johansson tweeted that the deal would implement ‘timely asylum procedures’ to reduce the backlog ‘to establish effective integration and improve the efficiency of returns.’

The republic of Cyprus, hold Turkey responsible for the encouraging the migrants from Syria and sub-Saharan Africa across the UN-patrolled Green Line that divides the island. Since 1974, the troops of Turkey have occupied the island’s northern third, of encouraging migrants from Syria and sub-Saharan Africa across the UN-patrolled Green Line that divides the island.

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